ohsixanyone know offhand which script or part of the build process adds Supported: <time> to the resulting control package control file01:17
ohsixhttp://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-core-dev/update-manager/main/view/head:/ubuntu-support-status#L122 the ones used for this01:24
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asd213Hi guys. Are kernels from this url: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/?C=N;O=D valid for Ubuntu 16.04 too? The latest ones end in -wil13:06
apwasd213, that -wily tells you which release the configs come from IIRC ...which for the higher version numbers is suspect13:08
apwasd213, that said none of those kernels are valid for anything other than non-production testing13:08
asd213apw. So what does a ubuntu user do when the default kernel is buggy, and an older one works just fine?13:10
apwasd213, well one would hope that those kernels are not the solution ... we use those when users file a bug to try and find the solution13:11
apwasd213, in general we would ask you to file a bug, and let us know the bug number.  If you have tested mainline kernels (such as those) and found which ones work and which not then that inforamtion would be sensibly added to the bug report13:12
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